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FIA seeks new F1 team for 2016

FIA seeks new F1 team for 2016

The FIA has launched a new selection process that could bring a new Formula 1 team onto the grid as early as 2016

What Monaco can teach Azerbaijan

What Monaco can teach Azerbaijan

With a unique layout and unrivalled atmosphere, Monaco remains the undisputed jewel of the Formula 1 calendar. LAWRENCE BARRETTO looks at what new venues, and F1 itself, can learn from the principality

F1 Strategy Group has 'no strategy'

F1 Strategy Group has 'no strategy'

Manor sporting director Graeme Lowdon believes Formula 1's Strategy Group is failing to address fundamental questions in its attempt to overhaul F1

Rosberg responds to Ecclestone remarks

Rosberg responds to Ecclestone remarks

Nico Rosberg has told Bernie Ecclestone he does care about Formula 1 in the wake of criticism from the sport's commercial rights holder

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FIA seeks new F1 team for 2016

The FIA has launched a new selection process that could bring a new Formula 1 team onto the grid as early as 2016

A1GP 'Ferrari' cars finally purchased

The fleet of Ferrari-engined A1GP cars has been purchased by a group aiming to start a series in South Africa later this year

Vote: Motorsport's greatest pairing

Motorsport News has launched a poll to find the greatest motorsport combination of all time

F1 Strategy Group has 'no strategy'

Manor sporting director Graeme Lowdon believes Formula 1's Strategy Group is failing to address fundamental questions in its attempt to overhaul F1

Nakajima close to test day clearance

Toyota driver Kazuki Nakajima's participation in this weekend's Le Mans test day should be signed off tomorrow afternoon following the injuries he sustained at Spa

F1 News

FIA seeks new F1 team for 2016

The FIA has launched a new selection process that could bring a new Formula 1 team onto the grid as early as 2016

F1 Strategy Group has 'no strategy'

Manor sporting director Graeme Lowdon believes Formula 1's Strategy Group is failing to address fundamental questions in its attempt to overhaul F1

Perez 'flawless' in Monaco - Mallya

Force India boss Vijay Mallya feels Sergio Perez produced a "flawless" Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix performance to underline the belief shown in the Mexican

Rosberg responds to Ecclestone remarks

Nico Rosberg has told Bernie Ecclestone he does care about Formula 1 in the wake of criticism from the sport's commercial rights holder

MotoGP News

Iannone battling another injury

Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone has discovered a further arm injury following his recent testing crash, but is committed to racing in this weekend's Italian Grand Prix at Mugello

Rossi/Lorenzo won't do Suzuka 8hrs

Yamaha has ended speculation that factory MotoGP riders Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo could contest the Suzuka 8 Hours by entering Tech 3's Bradley Smith and Pol Espargaro for it

MotoGP eyeing Indonesian round in 2017

MotoGP intends to add an Indonesian round to its calendar from the 2017 season

Espargaro brothers undergo surgery

MotoGP's Espargaro brothers Aleix and Pol both underwent successful operations on Tuesday

Rallying News

Obituary: Erik Carlsson 1929-2015

Sir Stirling Moss once described his brother-in-law and friend Erik Carlsson as: "The best non-mechanical thing to come out of Trollhattan"

Kubica re-energised after team change

Reorganising his team has re-energised Robert Kubica's World Rally Championship season, with the Polish star delighted with the progress he made in Portugal last week

Latvala beats Ogier to Portugal win

Jari-Matti Latvala held on to take his first World Rally Championship win of the season on Rally Portugal, withstanding heavy pressure on the final day from Volkswagen team-mate Sebastien Ogier

Ogier closes on Latvala in Portugal

Jari-Matti Latvala will begin the Rally of Portugal's deciding morning under heavy pressure from Volkswagen team-mate Sebastien Ogier after a string of stage wins for the World Rally champion

WEC News

Nakajima close to test day clearance

Toyota driver Kazuki Nakajima's participation in this weekend's Le Mans test day should be signed off tomorrow afternoon following the injuries he sustained at Spa

Retro livery for third Le Mans Nissan

Nissan will celebrate its 1990 Le Mans 24 Hours pole position with a special livery on one of its new GT-R LM NISMO LMP1s in this year's race

Aston Martin to run 'art car' at Le Mans

The lead Aston Martin will run in a one-off, art-car livery at next month's Le Mans 24 Hours

First test for 2015-spec Rebellion

The Anglo-Swiss Rebellion Racing squad has started testing the 2015 version of its R-One World Endurance Championship challenger ahead of its debut in next month's Le Mans 24 Hours

WTCC News

Catsburg joins Lada WTCC line-up

Dutch racer Nick Catsburg will drive a third Lada Vesta at the Moscow Raceway round of the World Touring Car Championship on June 5-7, joining Rob Huff and Jaap van Lagen

Rydell set for WTCC return in Russia

World Touring Car Championship racewinner Rickard Rydell is set to return to the series in Russia next month after missing the last three rounds through illness

Muller declares WTCC title fight alive

Both Yvan Muller and Sebastien Loeb have refused to rule themselves out of the World Touring Car Championship fight in 2015, despite Citroen team-mate Jose Maria Lopez's dominant form

Muller wins tight Nordschleife finale

Yvan Muller scraped to victory from Citroen team-mate Jose Maria Lopez by 0.173s in a tense second WTCC encounter on the Nurburgring Nordschleife

IndyCar News

Vautier and Gonzalez get Detroit rides

Tristan Vautier and Rodolfo Gonzalez will suit up for Dale Coyne Racing at this weekend's IndyCar double-header in Detroit

Hinchcliffe returns home from hospital

IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe has returned home from hospital to continue recovering from injuries sustained in a crash during practice for the Indianapolis 500 nine days ago

Daly to replace injured Hinchcliffe

Conor Daly will replace the injured James Hinchcliffe in Schmidt Peterson Motorsport's #5 entry at this weekend's IndyCar double-header in Detroit

Montoya: 2000 Indy win was easier

Juan Pablo Montoya says his first Indianapolis 500 win in 2000 was "easy" compared with his victory in this year's event on Sunday

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